Walt Disney World has unveiled new artwork and details of the upcoming “Frozen” ride at Epcot – officially called Frozen Ever After.

An article by the Wall Street Journal revealed the name, as well some other tidbits of what to expect.

Frozen Ever After is expected to open in the Norway pavilion of Epcot in 2016, replacing Maelstrom which recently closed last year.

The new attraction will be an overlay of Maelstrom – so not much will change with the track. The former load area for Maelstrom will now become a scene in the attraction while the old unload area will serve a dual role for loading and unloading guests.

Disney Parks Blog revealed some more information regarding what to expect from the attraction.

Guests will be transported to the Winter in Summer Celebration where Queen Elsa embraces her magical powers and creates a winter-in-summer day for the entire kingdom. They will also visit Elsa’s Ice Palace and the ice-blue world of the North Mountain along with other locations before returning to the Bay of Arendelle. Of course, favorite “Frozen” characters, including the Snowgies from the animated short “Frozen Fever,” will be part of this new attraction, along with the spectacular sights inspired by the film.

The Norway Pavilion’s exterior will be expanded in the area between Mexico and the original Norway pavilion with Norwegian architectural features and the interior design of the “Royal Sommerhus”. Inside, guests will be able to meet Elsa and Anna.

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